Military Alumni

Military Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

Have you lost your Dexter High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our Dreadnaughts lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.

Honored Military Alumni

Class of 0
, Years
Bruce Mitchell
Bruce Mitchell Class of 1963
Navy, 4 Years
ETR2 USS Gyatt DD-712 Destroyer class ship.
CDR Ross Davenport
CDR Ross Davenport Class of 1980
Navy, 20+ Years
Served 11+ Years on Active Duty, currently servine in the Navy Reserve.
Donnie Kluck
Donnie Kluck Class of 1996
Army, 5 Years
I am in the US Army, I am currently the Executive Officer of my company. Based out of Baumholder Germany with the 1AD. Currently deployed in Ar Ramadi, Iraq
Elizabeth Buto
Elizabeth Buto Class of 1995
Navy, 6 Years
I was a petty officer second class in the US Navy. I specialized in the Aegis Weapons System. I served aboard, the USS BRISCOE, USS HOWARD, and was stationed in Bath, Maine, Great Lakes, IL, San Diego,CA, Dahlgren, VA, and Norfolk, VA.
Ross Davenport
Ross Davenport Class of 1980
Navy, 20+ Years
Retired Navy Supply Corps Commander. Served over 25 years, 13 of which were Active Duty. Deployed to Afghanistan for 6 months in 2006 and to Djibouti, Africa for 11 months in 2010 - 2011.
Thomas Robinett
Thomas Robinett Class of 1995
Navy, 12 Years
Served aboard USS Michigan SSBN727 Nuclear Submarine 96-01, USS Alabama SSBN731 02-05 as an electronics Technician, quartermaster and interior communication tech. The year I joined they combined these 3 jobs on submarines to one.

Classmates Spotlight

Dexter High School Classmates

Sue Sue Aeschliman
Class of '69

Alumni Stories

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